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I'm Your Biggest Fan

Linda Israel

Did you tell them I'm Your Biggest Fan? Well if you didn't tell them here is a great way to do so with this project.

The Terry's Train Stamps and Die Bundle makes creating cards a breeze. The dies match up wonderfully with the stamps so you can make your projects super cool.

For this card the Fan was used, inked with Detail ink - Raven. Stamped repeatedly on a scrap of kraft card stock. This will be the background. Using the same ink pad go around the edge of this piece to give it a finished look.

I'm Your Biggest Fan

Cut a a piece of corrugated cardboard at 3.25 inches square, round the corners. Next cut a piece of black card stock at 2.75 inches square, round the corners.

Adhere the corrugated cardboard and black square together. Use an awl to punch holes in the corners of the black square. Place copper brads in the corners.

Adhere Fan panel to A2 card. Next Adhere corrugated cardboard and black square in the upper portion of the card.

I'm Your Biggest Fan

Stamp the Fan and the sentiment "I'm your biggest fan" with Detail Ink - Raven on a scrap of white card stock.  Place the corresponding dies over the images and hold in place with washi tape. Run the paper and dies through die cutting machine. Pop out the pieces from the dies.

I'm Your Biggest Fan

Use foam dots or dimensional tape on the back of the sentiment and fan. Adhere in the center of the black square.

Admire your card, you did a great job and the person you give it to will know: "I'm Your Biggest Fan" for sure.

I'm Your Biggest Fan

Here is a video of how to make this card.

Hope you enjoyed this card. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. Will be very glad to help.

Thanks for stopping by the blog. Remember share your creations with us. Use the tag #createyourownending when you use Brutus|Monroe products. We love seeing what you create.

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